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Lead chloride is used in the synthesis of lead titanate and barium lead titanate ceramics; employed in the production of infrared transmitting glass and ornamental glass (aurene glass); useful as an electrode in geophysical applications and in solar cells. Analytical reagent, preparation of lead salts, as solder and flux. Pattinson's white lead, pigment in white paint, is the basic lead chloride.
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Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H302-H332-H350-H360-H373
Harmful if swallowed. Harmful if inhaled. May cause cancer. May damage fertility or the unborn child. May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.
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